Post Tagged with: "france"

France To Adopt Three Strikes And You’re Out For File Sharing

France is about to implement new rules that will require ISPs to monitor their customers' activities and disclose file sharing activity to a new independent body.  File sharers will receive three warnings and then lose Internet access.  I appeared on the Business News Network today to discuss (about 32 minutes […]

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November 23, 2007 3 comments Must Reads

French ISP Degrades Access to Daily Motion

On the heels of the UK ISP controversy involving the BBC's iPlayer, there are now reports that a French ISP is degrading access to online video site Daily Motion.

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August 14, 2007 2 comments Must Reads

French ISP Degrades Access to Daily Motion

On the heels of the UK ISP controversy involving the BBC's iPlayer, there are now reports that a French ISP is degrading access to online video site Daily Motion.

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August 14, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

France Establishes DRM Watchdog

As part of my 30 Days of DRM series last summer, I called for the creation of a new collaborative body that would provide on-demand reviews for new circumvention rights.  I argued that the U.S. DMCA process, which occurs once every three years, simply does not provide the public with […]

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April 11, 2007 Comments are Disabled News

French Court Rules Against Hugo Heirs

France's highest appeal court has ruled against the heirs of Victor Hugo in their attempt to block the publication of a sequel to Les Miserables.

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February 2, 2007 Comments are Disabled Must Reads